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Keep on with the hoop of fireplace from New Zealand to South the United States. Navigate the Blue Nile and stroll the good Wall of China. Meet the 1st individual to arrive the South Pole and witness the "Green Revolution" in India. discover the folk, landscapes, and languages of our interesting planet and discover the solutions to your whole questions on international geography . . .How previous is the earth? See web page 8.Can volcanoes shape underwater? See web page 14.What are maquiladoras? See web page 50.Why are rain forests so very important? See web page 63.Where and what are the Pillars of Hercules? See web page 77.Is the crimson Sea relatively purple? See web page 88.What languages are spoken in Africa? See web page 112.Do any crops or animals stay in Antarctica? See web page 133.

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Its capital is Iqaluit, which lies three degrees south of the Arctic Circle. What are the largest Canadian cities in population? 39 million people living in its metropolitan area. The next largest cities are Montréal, Vancouver, Ottawa-Hull, Edmonton, Calgary, and Winnipeg, in that order. Is most of Canada covered with snow in the winter? Yes. Except for coastal areas of British Columbia in the western part of the country, most of Canada has continuous snow cover in the winter, and average temperatures stay below freezing.

Most of Greenland lies north of the Arctic Circle. At its northernmost point, Greenland is only 440 miles (708 km) from the North Pole. Does it get warm in Greenland in the summer? The warmest place in Greenland is along the southwestern coast, location of the capital city, Godthab. In July, high temperatures average about 50°F (10°C). Why isn’t Greenland considered a continent, like Australia? Geographers have decided that Greenland is too small to be called a continent. Australia is three and a half times larger.

5 million Jews left Russia for other countries between 1948 and 1996. Which is the richest country in the world? The United States is the world’s richest country, followed by Japan. Economists measure a country’s wealth by looking at the total value of the goods and services it produces each year. They call this the GNP, which stands for gross national product. In 2000, the United States had the world’s highest GNP by far—nearly $9 trillion. Japan was second, with $4 trillion, followed by Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy.

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